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Best Nashville Suburbs
If you have recently found yourself in the position of moving to the Nashville, Tennessee, area, you are in good company. Recent estimates are that somewhere around 1,000 people are moving to Nashville and its surrounding suburbs every week! People might initially be drawn to the incredibly strong job market, but they quickly fall in love with the lively and diverse culture and beautiful surroundings.
The readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine recently voted Nashville as the No. 1 friendliest city for making visitors feel so welcome. Nashville also came in as the No. 10 city for good-lookin' people and the No. 11 city for cheery food trucks! Anyone who visits or lives in Nashville is quick to find something great about this area of the country. To see the other winners, click here.
The metro area of Nashville is filled with many amazing communities to choose from when looking for a home, but if you are more of a suburb dweller, you're in luck there too! Movoto just named a list of the top 10 suburbs in Nashville based on amenities, standard of living, total crimes, unemployment, and commute time. Brentwood came in at the No. 1 spot, followed closely by Nolensville at No. 2! For the complete list, click here.
Forbes Magazine recently complied data from 961 cities around the U.S. based on affordability, commute time, strong schools, and cost of child care to come up with its "Best Small Cities for Working Parents" in America. Brentwood was named the No. 1 city and Franklin was named No. 4! It's plain to see that people continue to see the appeal of raising their families in Williamson County. For a complete list of cities, click here.
I'd love to help you find the perfect suburb or city dwelling so that you can soak in the fabulous local culture!